For information about SR 520 closures and construction activities, visit our SR 520 Orange Page.
Did you miss our June 28 open house regarding the next phase of SR 520 construction in Seattle?
No problem. You can view the meeting's display boards online to learn about future improvements to SR 520 between I-5 and Lake Washington. Or log in to our online open house, through July 8, where you also can send us feedback on our construction plans for the "Rest of the West."
The latest bridge-noise updates, including a June 20 noise analysis report and June 13 presentation to the Medina City Council, have been posted on our Floating Bridge and Landings What's Happening Now webpage.
Learn more about removal of the old SR 520 floating bridge from Lake Washington in our decommissioning folio and a June 9 presentation to local mayors. You also can read the project's many environmental reports and permits.
The new floating bridge's bicycle and pedestrian path is expected to open later this summer as an out-and-back trail from Medina. The path will reach Seattle when the West Approach Bridge North is completed in summer 2017. Check out our Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections webpage for more information about riding and walking the SR 520 corridor.
The SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Program is enhancing public safety and mobility by replacing the highway's aging, vulnerable bridges and making significant transit and roadway improvements throughout the corridor. The construction program's planned improvements extend from I-5 in Seattle to I-405 in Bellevue.
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View the latest SR 520 project photos on Flickr.